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Facebook has announced the redesign of its most important site in history

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Facebook has announced the redesign of its most important site in history

Facebook has announced the redesign of its most important site in history

Earlier today, Facebook announced plans to offer a complete redesign of its famous website. 

Although site repairs are not common, the redesign of Facebook is particularly interesting given the extent to which this site is widely used and to what extent the overall look and feel - dominated by blue tones - has become over the years.

With regard to the changes, Facebook said that the blue menu bar that was part of the site from the start will be replaced by a cleaner interface with less sensitivity.

In addition, Facebook pointed out that the site will focus more on groups. 

This should not be a surprise since Facebook still suffers from an endless number of disputes involving abuse of user data. To this point, Facebook notes:

This redesign makes it easier for people to move from public spaces to private spaces, such as groups. There are tens of millions of groups active on Facebook. 

When people find the right person, they often become the most important part of how they use Facebook. Today, more than 400 million people on Facebook belong to a group they find meaningful. 

That's why we're introducing new tools that make it easier for you to discover and engage groups of people who share your interests.

Facebook adds that the new design will be simpler and more immersive for users.

"Overall, we're easy to find what you're looking for and access your most used features," the company said.

Facebook added that the site's repair would take effect sometime in the next few months. 

As for the look of the new design, well, it's a way out of what Facebook users are accustomed to, as shown in the picture below, shared by Facebook during its keynote speech F8 Tuesday morning:

Here is more Twitter, with the permission of the digital production director at The Daily Show, Anthony de Rosa:

The Facebook application, which is widely used on the Web site, will provide a comprehensive reform process. 
Like the website, the blue menu bar on the app is clicked until it is replaced with the Facebook logo in blue and a set of icons.

 It will be interesting to see if there is an adverse reaction to the user's uncommon design. After all, if there is one thing that users of popular sites throughout history have resisted, it is the change.

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